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Greenwich Village Sunday
Bookmarked: 235 days ago
 
Narcissist and God: Love-Hate Relationship
Bookmarked: 363 days ago
 
Jungle Book - trailer
Bookmarked: 363 days ago
 
King of Jazz - trailer
Bookmarked: 363 days ago
 
Child Bride
Bookmarked: 363 days ago
 
Superman: Eleventh Hour
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Illustrated catalogue of solid gold society emblems, pins, buttons, and charms
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Timothy Leary's Last Trip
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Saxema
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Of Human Bondage
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Night Tide (1961)
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Dreams That Money Can Buy
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So's Your Aunt Emma
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Plan 9 from Outer Space
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Renegade Girl
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Alchemy and The Birth of Modern Science
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
The Goddess
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She Shoulda Said 'No'!
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Dunces and Dangers
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Polizeibericht Überfall
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Private Life of a Cat
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
'The Match Game' 1962 Pilot
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Kienholz on Exhibit
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
The Man Who Saved The World (Turkish Star Wars) 1982
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Flesh and Blood (1922)
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
You Touch My Tralala
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Kid Monk Baroni
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
Comment: nimoy
 
Salome
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Home Movie: 97509: Northern California
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
Comment: bikers
 
Liber Novus - The Red Book (Jung)
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Guida alla chimica : che suo mezzo conduce gl'affetionati alle operationi sopra ogni corpo misto animale, minerale, ò vegetabil
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Philosophia hermetica : a course of ten lessons, being an introduction to "The Philosophy of Alchemy,"
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
A new light of alchymy : taken out of the fountain of nature and manual experience : to which is added a treatise of sulphur
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Tractatus de signatura salium, metallorum, et planetarum, sive, Fundamentalis institutio, evidentissimè monstrans, quo pacto fa
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Instrvction a la France sur la verité de l'histoire des Frères de la Roze-Croix
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Vervm inventvm, hoc est, Mvnera Germaniae : ab ipsa primitvs reperta ... & reliquo orbi communicata, quae tanta sunt : vt pl
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Collectanea chemica; being certain select treatises on alchemy and hermetic medicine
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
The mystery and romance of alchemy and pharmacy
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
DEVISES ET EMBLEMES ANCIENNES & MODERNES, TIREES DE PLUS CELEBRES AUTEURS
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
The Absolute of Pure Difference (2013)
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Bohemian San Francisco, its restaurants and their most famous recipes; the elegant art of dining
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
Five Lectures on General Semantics-Korzybski1939
Bookmarked: 1 year ago
 
King Is Dead
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
Case for Beer, A
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
Drugs Are Like That
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
Trouble With Women, The
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
National Drinking Game PSA
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
If Mirrors Could Speak : Self-Image Film
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
Way Stations In Space
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
Innocent Party
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
 
Peter Gunn - The Fuse
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Stump the Stars - Nick Adams vs. Paula Prentiss
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Philip Marlowe: Murder is a Grave Affair
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Hypnotic Eye Episode 2
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
San Francisco (1955 Cinemascope film)
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
SPOOK SHOW episode 11 The Spook Show In Mayberry
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
A Taste of Hot Lead (1969) 60s roughie exploitation promo trailer
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Rent-A-Girl (1965); exploitation roughie
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Olga's House of Shame - best scenes, part 1
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Olga's House of Shame - best scenes, part 2
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Risque fetish scenes added to Ed Wood's Glen or Glenda
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
These Girls Are Fools (1956), exploitation short with nude scene
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
60s Sexploitation Trailers #2 - Olga's Girls, Mondo Oscenita
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Slaves in Bondage
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
SPIDER BABY 1964
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Tips on Finding the Best Snore Devices
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
R.F.D. 10,0009 BC
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Les Vampires (1915) directed by Louis Feuillade
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Metropolis (1925 - longer version)
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Wasp Woman 1959 16:9 Version
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Betty White Show
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Colgate Comedy Hour with Abbott and Costello and Guests George Raft and Louie Armstrong
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Dragnet - Episode # 18 The Big Seventeen w/commercials
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Your Hit Parade - Christmas Eve Show 1955
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Mind - Benders: LSD and the Hallucinogens
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Berlin Reichshauptstadt 1936
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Whispering Whoopee
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
To tell the Truth (January 7, 1958)
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Law of the 45s
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Three Stooges in The Bridless Groom (1947) In Color
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The drawings and engravings of William Blake
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Yosemite
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Girls Beware
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Soul Train Phish Funk
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Fascism what it is what it really means
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
MERRY APEMAS
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Hitler Escape
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Racist Democratic Party Logo
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Northwest Technocrat - August 1945
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Illustrations of Indian ornithology : containing fifty figures of new, unfigured and interesting species of birds, chiefly from
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
A saw screams at midnight; the whodunit-yourself book
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Buckminster Fuller - Everything I Know - Part 2
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Buckminster Fuller - Everything I Know - Part 1
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Beware
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
West of Hot Dog
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Mud and Sand
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
"The scarecrow "(1963)Terrassa
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Manly Palmer Hall collection of alchemical manuscripts, 1500-1825
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Problems in carpentry : a course in practical carpentry for manual training classes
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Radford's cyclodedia of construction; carpentry, building and architecture ..
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The carpenter's and builder's assistant, and wood worker's guide
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Puget Sound : a poem
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Perennial Philospy
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Architectural Sheet Metal Ornaments, Statuary
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Man With a Camera - Blind Spot
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Jivin' in Be-Bop
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Kid Twist
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Contender
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
Comment: boxing
 
Pat O'Daniel and his Hillbilly Boys
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Alfred Hitchcock Trailer Collection
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The autobiography of a clown, as told to Isaac F. Marcosson
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
THE MAGIC LANTERN [1903]
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Invasion of the Bee girls
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
WHEN OAK LEAVES CLUSTER, BEE LEAFS FALL
Bookmarked: 3 years ago
 
Quicksand
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The Basketball Fix (1951)
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Von Chinas Göttern; Reisen in China
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Lascaux Measures
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The prehistoric puzzle and the key to paleolithic art
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Who's who in China; containing the pictures and biographies of China's best known political, financial, business and professiona
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The Story of Banks
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Hodgson's modern house building : perspective views and floor plans of fifty low and medium priced houses ; full and complete wo
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: carpentry
 
On the warpath
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Carpentry & mechanics for boys : up-to-the-minute handicraft
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Modern carpentry and building : giving methods of obtaining the various cuts in carpentry ...
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The life of Philippus Theophrastus Bombast of Hohenheim [microform] : known by the name of Paracelsus : and the substance of his
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The playbook of metals; including personal narratives of visits to coal, lead, copper, and tin mines; with a large number of int
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The alchemy of happiness
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The Story of Alchemy and the Beginnings of Chemistry
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Amusements in Mathematics
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Cantorion sheet music collection
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: An useful collection of old songs and classical works from Bach, Mozart and others.
 
He Walked By Night
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: The success of this film is due to Richard Basehart, a young and intense actor, well up to the task of portraying a compulsive killer and all around criminal. Yet he had a dog that seemed to love him and was loved by him. The chase and gun battle in the water run-off tunnels of Los Angeles was right out of Carol Reed's 'The Third Man'. Overall I enjoyed this movie and recommend it as a perfect example of film crime noir at its best. The dog should have been up for a performance award. Police investigation methods have advanced but this was 1948 and there were chemists and science being used to great effect. However, there was the silly scene with a policeman firing a machine gun at some not clearly seen in the dark. No Miranda rights and no verbal pleas for the suspect to give himself up before someone started firing.
 
Queen of the Amazons
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Bohemian San Francisco: Its restaurants and their most famous recipes-The elegant art of dining.
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Trailer Park Cooking Show with Jolene Episode 2
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Cat-Women of the Moon
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
City, The (Part I)
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
The Rapture (1941)
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
[Amateur film: Summers collection: San Francisco, California, 1941] (Part I)
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
[Amateur film: Summers collection: San Francisco, California, 1941] (Part II)
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Shock
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Dr. Cross, a psychiatrist, is treating a young woman, Janet Stewart, who is in a coma-state, brought on when she heard loud arguing, went to her window and saw a man strike his wife with a candlestick and kill her. As she comes out of her shock, she recognizes Dr. Cross as the killer. He takes her to his sanitarium and urged by his nurse/lover, Elaine Jordan, gives Janet an overdose of insulin. But he can't bring himself to murder her in cold blood and asks Elaine to get the medicine to save her. She refuses, they argue, and he strangles her. He saves Janet's life, but now faces two murder charges. Written by Les Adams Janet Stewert checks into a hotel to meet her husband Paul who is returning from World War II. He is delayed and she witnesses a murder. Emotionally fragile Janet goes into shock and the hotel doctor calls in noted psychiatrist Dr. Cross, who realizes that Janet saw him murder his wife. To keep her from revealing what she knows, Cross convinces Paul to let him take her under observation at his sanitarium. There his lover, Nurse Jordan, helps to keep Janet medicated and confused. Can Janet convince anyone that she is not crazy before it's too late? Written by Lane Brooksv
 
Scarlet Street
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
 
Woman on the Run
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Average Man Frank Johnson (Ross Elliot), out walking his dog one night witnesses a shooting murder in San Francisco. Upon seeing the witness the killer shoots at Elliot but misses. The Police arrive and inform Elliot that the killing was connected to underworld corruption and now the killer is aware of him and will be gunning for him. Elliot takes a powder instead of allowing the Police to put him protective custody. When the cops track down his wife Eleanor Johnson (Ann Sheridan) she is less than moved by this turn of events, and Chief Detective Inspector Ferris (Robert Keith) questions her about their relationship discovering that their marriage was only in name, and that the fire had long died from their relationship. However Eleanor is loyal. When Frank calls home she alerts him to the Police presence resulting in the cops parking on her doorstep until they can locate Frank. When ace reporter Danny Leggett (Dennis O'Keefe) shows up and offers Eleanor a large sum of cash for an exclusive story and an interview with Frank, she reasons that they can use the money and agrees to take him along as she tracks Frank down. When later visiting their family doctor Eleanor learns that Elliot is suffering from a possibly fatal heart ailment that he needs consistent medication for, she is moved to an emotional place because of their earlier days together. She also realizes that she and reporter Danny Leggett may be developing some special emotional bonds as they search together for her husband. But Danny has alternative motives for searching out Frank and this comes later when they finally locate the errant husband by deciphering a love letter he sends to Eleanor. The Police discover Dannys agenda and seem useless except to enter at the last moment when most of the damage is done.One of the screenwriters on this film was Alan Campbell, twice husband of Dorothy Parker. Reviewer: billbarstad - - January 8, 2010 Subject: A Good One Moose Malloy is right. It's a decent thriller in any case, but suspense is raised to a maximum by this director too early and isn't maintained or topped at the movie's climax. Hitchcock had a very similar situation, where a companion is revealed to be a killer, in Foreign Correspondent, but managed more suspense before and after, as well as a breathtaking climax. I downloaded the MPEG4 file. It's Ok for a TV rip. Reviewer: Moose Malloy - - September 30, 2008 Subject: Very Well Done Very, very enjoyable 1950 B-Noir. The script is surprisingly good with many cracklings lines and situations. Norman Foster (JOURNEY INTO FEAR and RACHEL AND THE STRANGER) directs. He certainly does well, although the climactic finale (though strong) would have benefited from a Welles or Hitchcock (few films wouldn't, I hear you say). Hal Mohr (WEDDING MARCH, MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM) photographs it, though this MPEG4 copy doesn't show enough detail to really rate his work. But what is visible is certainly pleasing. An enjoyable cast moves things along with many denizens (character actors) of San Francisco given a little line here and there by the script. These details, along with the exciting and extensive location work, help to give the film a strong atmosphere. The film's only real mistake, arguably, was revealing the surprising twist quite early on. All in all, one of the best films I've downloaded from archive.org and the perfect movie to watch at midnight with a cup of steaming black coffee (a little added rum in there is allowed on cold nights)! Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go walk Rembrandt. Reviewer: bmovienut - - May 16, 2008 Subject: Great film noir set in San Francisco although the scenes at the defunct Playland-At-The Beach were actually shot down at the defunct Pacific Ocean Park - in Santa Monica. While Ann Sheridan is excellent - I also like Robert Keith in this one. Reviewer: jazzfan - - May 14, 2008 Subject: This is a good one, check it out! I already own this one and I highly recommend it.
 
Please Murder Me
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: This is a very enjoyable story of love and intrigue, with a fascinating twist at the end. A real potboiler, although the sound at some points was not quite as clear as would be desired; even so, this film is definitely worth watching, and Lansbury is quite beautiful in her role. Reviewer: FlatironMike - - July 23, 2010 Subject: Stepping Stones Both Burr & Lansbury were superb in a great noir film. It is easy to see this film influence Burr's casting as Perry Mason shortly afterwards and Lansbury;s darkness foreshadowed her role The Manchurian Candidate. Reviewer: moviedivatoo - - May 5, 2010 Subject: I too liked this one! Interesting plot with Landsbury as a femme fatal and a very good one at that! Burr was also entertaining as the duped lover. You know what they say about pay back! I'm sure Burr's role here landed him the Mason spot. This is lots of fun! Reviewer: tvsgael2 - - April 1, 2010 Subject: Lost Angela classic No one has mentioned the cool Angela Lansbury role here, which is notable, since both this movie and Life At Stake could possibly have helped her garner her dark role in Manchurian Candidate. Since this was before Perry Mason, it is an invalid argument to say that he's just playing Perry Mason. Besides that, he's got a libido in this film, which Perry didn't have much of. You can also see this movie on your Roku player (Moonlight Movies). Excellent forgotten film.
 
Convict's Code
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Convict¡¯s Code is a surprisingly engaging little film noir about Dave Tyler, a man on parole who tries to clear his name while trying not to get thrown back in the slammer. While the reasoning why Dave is hired by a man who wants him thrown back into prison is highly ridiculous, as is the totally melodramatic conclusion, the in-betweens are great, with Robert Kent doing a fine job as the tormented parolee, and Anne Nagel equally fine as his (of course!) blonde haired girlfriend, who mustn¡¯t know that he¡¯s a parolee, because of course, they have to get permission from his parole officer! (Oh, and she¡¯s also the heavy¡¯s sister). Actually, this film carefully describes parole life back in 1939, and seems to be more of a burden on a person then it is now. Quite interesting and entertaining! Reviewer: bobsluckycat - - November 21, 2005 Subject: Light Weight Crime Drama When Monogram Pictures came back as a viable and independant film-maker and distributor in 1937 after being part of the origins of Republic Pictures and then after some rancor became a part of the "New Universal", they picked up the last films of Crescent Pictures, which by mid-1939 was history. This one is a generally well-made little crime drama-romance with appealing leads and a superior supporting cast. Anne Nagel, soon to be a "B" movie queen at Universal in the 1940's, Sidney Blackmer and Carlton Young, both to be tremendous character actors of note with long careers stand out just by the sheer talent they brought to this film. A good TV print and sound make this a very watchable film. Credits Cast: Robert Kent .... Dave Tyler Anne Nagel .... Julie Warren Sidney Blackmer .... Gregory Warren Victor Kilian .... Bennett Norman Willis .... Russell Maude Eburne .... Mrs. Magruder Ben Alexander .... Jeff Palmer Pat Flaherty .... Sniffy Carleton Young .... Pete Jennings Howard C. Hickman .... Warden Joan Barclay .... Elaine Harry Strang .... Tom Lynch Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)
 
Fear in the Night
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Reviewer: Carolyn Blake - - June 11, 2010 Subject: Perfect B movie Dark, with twists, voiceovers, and murky film from age. It is wonderful to see DeForest Kelly. The plot is totally impossible, but due to the period, it would have been believable. Gotta love the men's devotion to their hats and suits. Reviewer: Gryphex - - June 27, 2008 Subject: Fantastic film! This old film had an excellent plot and kept you curious throughout the movie. Has a good and suspenseful ending. Oh, and who doesn't like DeForest Kelley? Fantastic acting by him and the rest of the actors and actresses!
 
Detour
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: strong female lead
 
Strange Love of Martha Ivers
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: keygrip - - August 13, 2009 Subject: What is Jazzfan on about? I thought it a good idea to write about Strange Love rather than A Walk in the Sun (a good movie by the way). Heflin and Stanwyck at the peak of their powers.Douglas breaking through. This is in the top 20 of great film noir. Reviewer: jazzfan - - April 6, 2009 Subject: "Butt Me!" STRANGE LOVE is a follow-up to A WALK IN THE SUN by the great director Lewis Milestone. Even the best of them have put out dogs but he bounced right back with MARTHA. In a WALK IN THE SUN, it is hilarious to watch actor Richard Conte find himself a fellow soldier, make him his bitch, have him walk behind him and carry his cigarettes for him. When Conte wanted a smoke all he say: “butt me!” I tried to watch this again about a month ago and couldn’t stand it, it is just that bad. MARTHA is a much better movie without all the stupid dialogue found in A “TALK” IN THE SUN.
 
Two Dollar Bettor
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Bob, the doowop monkey Please ignore; you know how it enjoys throwing its feces at humans. Reviewer: doowopbob - 1.00 out of 5 stars - May 1, 2010 Subject: ....I'll Bet... ....You 20 To 1 Nobody Likes This Crappy "Movie" Reviewer: jazzfan - 2.00 out of 5 stars2.00 out of 5 stars - June 7, 2009 Subject: What a schmuck, I love it!!! I always enjoyed this. This morality tail shows how easily people are sucked in to gambling. It's fun to watch especially seeing the lead's teenage daughters dance the night away. Noir queen Marie Windsor plays the female lead. I'm still waiting for the sequel: Two-Dollar Hooker! Reviewer: bearpuf - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - May 27, 2009 Subject: How Deep Can It Get? The first few minutes of the movie are rather simplified and cheesy, but the plot grows to the point of serious believability. Though the dialogue is a bit stilted,and the teenage acting rather weak it was a satisfying view to the sad outcome and the perils of betting.
 
TATLIN
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: This is a loving and sophisticated visual homage to Tatlin's artistic genius. The animation is supported by a well-read (and well-translated) poem dedicated to Tatlin by another Russian avant-garde genius, Velimir Khlebnikov. John Flaus' voice and the haunting cello of Mary Finsterer's music support the air of loneliness the designers gave Tatlin in his da-Vinci-esque workshop. The film is a true gem and I am the richer for having found it.
 
Case of the Frightened Lady
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: - June 24, 2010 Subject: Edgar Wallace again Wonderful film, a typical Edgar-Wallace-plot as far as I know. British aristocracy with a secret. Well acted and well written. A small part as a jealous husband is played by Torin Thatcher, whom I foremost remember as magician Sokura in "The 7th Voage of Sinbad" and as Humble Bellows in "The Crimson Pirate". Again I can compare this one to remembrances of my youth: The german movie "Das indische Tuch" (The indian Scarf) from 1963 has as basis the same Edgar Wallace story. I like both movies very much. Some plot details are different in the german one. Klaus Kinski, who later would be of international fame, had a small part in it (no, he is not the killer) Reviewer: picfixer - - June 15, 2010 Subject: Well, we know the chauffeur didn't do it. All is not well in young Lord Lebanon's stately mansion, what with his austere mother's constant nagging and his chauffeur being murdered. Yep, it's another Edgar Wallace thriller, and a pretty good one at that with more corpses on the way. This is a mystery within a mystery with plenty of clues scattered about for who-done-it fans. A good screenplay, good cast, good direction and good production values make this one, well…er, good. A little short on atmospherics, nevertheless entertaining and engaging, if not quite to the levels of British murder mysteries like "Green for Danger." A worthwhile download. The print is in reasonably good shape. FOOTNOTE: It's amazing the Brits turned out films like this during 1940, the year of Dunkirk, the Battle of Britain and the devastating opening of the blitz.
 
Bowery at Midnight
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Bela Lugosi is leading three lives in this movie and even has time to sleep. I wonder how he manages that. This time he uses only a pair of spectacles to change between persons. As nearly always in the films I have seen here, he is acting well, he is the best of the already mentioned large cast. One cast note I want to add: an uncredited appearance of Pat Costello as a tramp who is questioned by John Archer. I checked it at IMDb because I couldn´t believe my own eyes. Reviewer: picfixer - - February 8, 2010 Subject: Soup to nuts A better than average Monogram programmer in which Bella Lugosi leads a triple life as a respected college professor, a humanitarian soup kitchen proprietor and a homicidal crime boss. (And you thought you were busy?) The large cast also features John Archer, Dave O'Brien and cover-girl-gorgeous Wanda McKay, who had all the prerequisites for stardom - except acting ability. Lugosi mostly keeps his performance toned down to fit the mood of this crime melodrama with horror elements. The conclusion is reminiscent of "Freaks" and "Island of Lost Souls" (1932), but of course it's not nearly as intense or graphic as those pre-code classics. An entertaining hour with a few creep-out moments and a little comedy served as a side dish. Lugosi fans won't be disappointed. CAST NOTE: The cast also includes Tom Neal, best known for playing the male lead in the acclaimed "Detour." (Available here at the Archive.) Ill-fated in real life, he was sent to prison for murdering his wife.
 
I Love Trouble
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: - May 24, 2010 Subject: Marvelous movie in bad shape Dynamic storytelling, good acting especially from Franchot Tone, who gave the private eye a very personal note. I had to do some research to find out in which film I had seen him before: "Five Graves to Cairo" by Billy Wilder, unfortunately not available here. The video quality is really poor, but one forgets it until the screen blackens out again and there is nothing to see for some seconds. But it doesn´t matter. Worth a Download. Reviewer: gzd - - May 16, 2010 Subject: synchronicity issues between images and sounds Lovers of pristine prints beware: the print is in bad shape as the uploader stated, with the odd jumpy image, stain and short blank. Nice little film noir, with a screenplay penned by Roy Huggins, who also wrote the screenplay for Too Late for Tears, one of my personal favorites. The cast is good and the acting fine. The plot was a bit overwhelming for me, and a second viewing will be in order to take it all in. I watched it with Windows Media Player (version 10) and the sounds started getting out of whack with the images about 32mn50s into the movie, with sounds delayed by a few seconds. However, the VLC player was able to play the film without a hitch. If you encounter similar problems, switch to VLC.
 
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Parlor, Bedroom and Bath - Buster Keaton Parlor, Bedroom and Bath is a curious mixture of all that was good and everything that was bad in Buster Keaton's talkie features. sidenote: The Movie was completely filmed in Buster Keaton private 10,000- square-foot Mediterranean palazzo in Beverly Hills
 
Things To Come
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: This film reflects the fear of the people in the 1930s of the coming of a new war and it´s possible aftermath with the whole civilization destroyed and some kind of new early middle ages following with local warlords ruling all over the land wonderful: Ralph Richardson), fighting each other for natural resources. (Soon enough there would be a real war. Of course, this war did not destroy the whole civilization, but in many ways more cruel than anyone could have imagined before.) If this "new order" which replaces the warlords, this highly technocratic rule of engineers and scientists and gigantic technical projects, should be really wished as a "thing to come", can be doubted. Nevertheless, a marvellous filmMade in 1936, this movie correctly predicted World War 2 and they almost got the year right. The movie was wrong about the progress of the war and underestimated the way in which Science and the Military bounce off each other to invent new ways of killing people. The movie is 100 percent right in saying that "war is hell" and the human race has to get over it if we are to achieve our full potential. This movie was based on an H.G. Wells book and it conveys the main theme of that book - that the human race should explore the universe instead of wasting money on armies and wars. This was also the main theme of Star Trek (the 1960s series and all the later re-makes) and it is a theme that never gets out of date. This movie is both scary and entertaining. Well worth watching.
 
Return of the Whistler
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: I like this film. Years ago i`ve seen some of these Whistler movies on TV. The "Whistler" adds an atmosphere of suspense and the off screen commentary doesn´t give away parts of the story in advance. One star alone is for this very "nice" night clerk. It took some time to recognize him but it is Olin Howland, who later would be the first victim of "The Blob" and who had a wonderful scene in one of my favourite 50s sci fi movies, "Them!"(See the title of my review and if you have seen "Them!", you know what I mean) It is slightly out of sync in parts of the movie as a previous reviewer stated, but it doesn´t disturb.
 
Blonde Ice
Bookmarked: 4 years ago
Comment: Its usually the man that marries for money, but this one is vise versa. The movie is well made and well acted. Every thing moves along interestingly, but the last man she laid into for money was so quick it made my head spin. The jilt for Les was quick and she didn't even start a fight with Les, just jilted him. The title didn't appeal to me, but I knew by all the ice at the preview of the movie she was going to be deep freeze cruel...and she was! Because the movie held my interest in every way I give it a 5.
 
Guest in the House (1944)
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Comment: Story of a young woman's obsessive love. Evelyn (Anne Baxter), an emotionally unstable woman, stays at the home of her doctor Dan Proctor (Scott McKay). She meets and falls in love with the doctors brother Douglas, but he is already happily married. Evelyn decides she will break up the marriage. Mystic Nights Videos This movie is part of the collection: Film Noir Audio/Visual: sound, color Keywords: Anne Baxter; Ralph Bellamy; Aline MacMahon; Ruth Warrick; Scott McKay; Marie McDonald; Jerome Cowan; Margaret Hamilton; Percy Kilbride; Connie Laird; Mystic Nights Videos Creative Commons license: Public Domain
 
Borderline
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Comment: The fine 1950 cast includes Fred MacMurray, Claire Trevor, Raymond Burr, José Torvay, Roy Roberts, Nacho Galindo, Jack Elam, Charles Lane, Morris Ankrum, Clifton Young, Don Diamond, Ralph Brooks, Paul Fierro, Gregg Martell, John Indrisano, Alden 'Stephen' Chase, Pepe Hern, Grazia Narciso, Chris-Pin Martin, Howard Negley, Richard Irving & others are in this Film Noir, often times funny crime drama which takes place mostly south-of-the-border (Mexico). The film is about low life American gangsters attempting to smuggle dope across the American 'borderline' and two undercover American police agents sent to Mexico to infiltrate the drug trafficking mob, but do not know each other is an undercover cop. There is also various great footage of 1940s era automobiles.
 
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Dishonored Lady
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Comment: Director: Robert Stevenson Production Company: Mars Film Corporation Audio/Visual: sound, b&w agree with other reviewers of this film that Hedy Lamarr possessed a physical beauty with which few others could compete. I can't think of a single actress today that is her match in that regard. What some may not know is she was a very intelligent woman as well. In 1940 she and her Hollywood neighbor George Antheil patented the process of frequency hopping, one of the foundations of spread spectrum communications. From 1940 through the 1960s, spread spectrum was a classified technology used in defense applications. Today, it is found in a wide range of unclassified applications, including the one that allows you to connect your laptop computer to the internet at Starbucks. The film itself is reasonably well written and acted. Unfortunately, most of the characters other than Hedy's, Madeline Damian, are made from cardboard and never really blossom with any complexity. Although never mentioned explicitly, a major topic of the film is nymphomania (note to those with purient interests - you will not find anything in this film to satisfy your tastes. The film is not sensational in this regard). Today the condition once known as nymphomania is dismisssed by many feminists as illusionary, being in their opinion a pejorative term describing a woman with a high sexual drive. However, the film seems truer to life than this view admits. At the beginning of the film, Madeline attempts unsuccessfully to commit suicide. Through most of the first half, she inhabits a dark cave of guilt and regret. While the film's ending is a bit sappy (having the obligatory happy ending required for the period in which it was made), the story for the most part is reasonable and even thought provoking at times..
 
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